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How can this be only $17? That’s the question people have been asking
after seeing this special offer.
I admit, it does seem crazy to give away the farm for such a small
amount, but there is something important you can learn from this…
The best kind of email list you can have is a customer list. And
the best kind of customer list you can have is one which you’ve
over-delivered to. You know – a list of happy customers ready to
buy from you again.
Ron Douglas wants to help as many customers as possible. That is
why he’s releasing his Five Dollar Post system for only $17 for a
short period of time. And that is why you need to grab it before
the offer expires:
==> $5 Posts
Once you learn how to build a tribe of happy customers, you can
literally write your own ticket. Ron has been doing it since 2001
and those very skills that he’s about to teach you has propelled
his career like crazy!
I’m talking mainstream success with appearances on Good Morning
America, Fox and Friends, NBC News, Home Shopping Network. Not to
mention selling over 1.4 million books with Simon & Schuster.
That’s no typo – over ONE MILLION FOUR HUNDRED THOUSAND darn books
and ebooks from the huge audience he was able to build.
This is the guy you want to learn from when it comes to list
building and the Facebook opportunity is still wide open.
Get all the details now at: $5 Posts
To Your Success,
Here is an opportunity to have your own Turn-Key Subscription Business that passes all the work to your customers and still leaves them happy to pay you $97 each month. The basic premise of this is Reputation Management. This is a service that warns businesses of bad reviews or comments right away, not weeks later–so they can do something about it immediately (before social media goes crazy with the bad comments) and create customer goodwill. We all know how important that is for businesses these days. If you think any of your customers could use this type of service, you’re in business. The monthly fee you would pay is $67 (or more like $41 a month if you pay for a year upfront) and you resell it to your customer for $97 a month (each month). If you just sell it to one customer, you’ll be ahead of the game and that’s recurring income. Walt is also providing a 30-day trial guarantee: “If within the first 30 days you decide this isn’t for you – you can request your money back in full and the resellers account will be closed with no hard feelings.”
This opportunity is only available until September 10 (one week – it began 9/3) so don’t delay if you’re interested in this. Check it out for yourself here.
Plus, you get this “No Sales. No Fee. Guarantee” which is “Once you have been a reseller with us for 12 months. If you haven’t made any sales (remember that just ONE and you are hundreds of dollars in profit) then you will not have to pay another single CENT until you do make that first sale.” Find out more information at this link.
To Your Success,
P.S. Remember, it’s only available until September 10.
I’ve found something that will save you tons of time and effort in managing Facebook fan pages and creating new content, especially if you manage more than one page.
This will help you find awesome content, find new fans quickly, and save big money on FB ads.
With Qilio you can manage and schedule your facebook posts without having to go into FB, even with multiple FB pages.
Check it out now as they have a limit on how many people can purchase this amazing product–and right now it’s under $30 (that’s nothing when you consider all the time you’ll save).
To Your Success,
Many of my next posts will introduce you to Facebook and how to use it for your personal and business use. Think of Facebook as a way for people to stay connected. You update your status and read the status updates of other people, and you can search for people whom you know and who know you. You “friend” people and accept friend requests from others. You can join and start groups, and invite others to join. Facebook allows you to share sites, pages, and information that you like.
1. First, log on to Facebook.com and follow the on-screen directions for setting up an account. It’s quite user friendly and you can change the information you put in your profile at any time.
2. Your profile should say pertinent things about you, whether it’s your business or your personal account. You do need to decide whether or not you are going to go at this from a business or personal perspective, because the general opinion is that personal and business communications on Facebook should be separate.
3. Once you set up your account, you can search for friends using the Search feature. Facebook allows you to search groups or search for people according to a certain demographic (i.e., people who share your graduation year or home town). Once you have a few friends, you can search for friends of friends – those mutual friendships you share. Then your friend list will start growing.
4. Privacy settings can be adjusted according to your preferences. Check into the guidelines and make sure you have the settings where you want them. You are in control of who sees your profile and updates. You can also block people you don’t want to contact you on Facebook.
5. You can communicate with your friends in various ways. If you “write on their wall” then you are posting something others can see. The friend whose wall you wrote on would have his or her own privacy settings, and your friend decides who sees what is on his or her wall. So just beware that the wall is considered “public.”
You can also send messages to individuals. If you hover your mouse pointer over a person’s picture, the option to send a message comes up. Messages sent this way are not readable by others.